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Poster: turnphilup Date: Jan 24, 2011 5:16pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Where 'DAT' come from?

Thanks for the those answers El. I mostly lurk here, because most ground seems to be covered on these guys. Did I read that right, that you live in Decatur,Ga.? or was that someone else? I am here in Decatur as well. Peace and thanks again.

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Poster: elbow1126 Date: Jan 24, 2011 5:56pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Where 'DAT' come from?

You'd be surprised, not everything is covered and honestly a good question usually generates more discussion that having all the answers. I lurked for 2 years before jumping into the deep end. I didn't feel i could add anything to the discussion (fire away boys), however with a little base knowledge is wasn't that bad (fire away again).

My mailing address is Decatur, however i am not in the city. I am in an unincorporated area between Decatur and Tucker, just inside the perimeter. We moved here 1.5 years ago and really enjoy it. Well except for that ice. Only ice issues we had in miami were when the blender clogged up during a mango daiquiri binge. I do miss my mango trees.

Amosearle and I have gone out a few times, even with the wives. WT illustrates this beautifully in an old thread, around 10/2009 where he describes us both being beaten to bloody pulps by our wives with the battery packs we are making them carry for our computers so that we could effectively communicate. As I mentioned in the Cliff's NYC thread, perhaps we can do that here as well. Brick Store would be a perfect if it weren't so crowded all the time.

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Poster: turnphilup Date: Jan 24, 2011 6:10pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Where 'DAT' come from?

True about the brick store. My old touring buddy and I usually meet at the the Marley House down the road from it after we get the kids in bed. More parking there and less crowded with a still great beer selection. If y'all do a meet up in the future, count me in. Peace

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